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White Post, Virginia: Dinosaur Land

Classic 1963 dinosaur park featuring over two dozen colorfully-painted, old-style brutes -- including a prehistoric crawl-in shark and a photo-op King Kong. Photo-worthy roadside dinos and dino-mouth entrance.

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Dinosaur battle.

Dinosaur Land

$6.00 per person. Nice shop. Fun randomness.

[Jess, 03/09/2019]
Dinosaur Land

Even though it's outside, you enter and exit through the gift shop, so there are no dogs allowed. You can see five or six dinosaurs through the chain link fence if you don't have time to take in all its glory.

[Duncan, 08/22/2015]

Dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Land

This place was amazing. RA has it right about the old ones being the best ones. Some of them look like they came straight out of the stop-motion movies. I'm a high school teacher, and my first thought was, "Someone needs to have their prom here."

Folks in the gift shop were extremely kind. Don't miss out on the Dinosaur Land learning book (marked down to .25 from .75). It has pictures of the dinos in the park as it once looked. The sloth is the best, hands down.

[Ryan G., 07/25/2015]

Dinosaur epic battle.

Dinosaur Land

Fun for at least 30 minutes. The creepy dinosaurs are worth a laugh. Young kids would love a trip here and older folks would enjoy a good laugh. Worth the admission for a nice outdoor adventure.

[Miss Liz, 12/30/2013]

Dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Land

We stopped by before Dinosaur Land opened and it was worth it just to see the sign and the statues outside. Great photo op and place to stretch your legs. It would definitely be worth your time to see the whole park. Thanks so much for keeping this great piece of Americana open!

[Kristen Gilbert, 06/03/2013]

Dinosaur Land

Address:
3848 Stonewall Jackson Hwy., White Post, VA
Directions:
I-81 exit 307, then east on Hwy 277 for five miles. Or I-66 exit 6, then north on US 340/522 for seven miles.
Hours:
Daily 9:30-5, except Thursdays. Closed Jan-Feb. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
540-869-2222
Admission:
Adults $8.
RA Rates:
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